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Dinner with Vivian


 Luke Kingsbury


Alice Doherty


 Reading in TB-172


First Rehearsal may be held August 31st.

May have 4 rehearsals. Schedule TBD.

Event Date

 September 19

Roles to be Cast



Vivian DeLongpre, born March 5th, 1982, was the child actress who touched our hearts and reminded us all how to be better people. People remember her from such movies as “Yo Mama Bingo House” and “The Wind Done Gone”, but who is the real Vivian? We watched her grow from small sweetheart of the silver screen to the vivacious, voluptuous vixen who retired from acting at the ripe old age of 16 to pursue a career in foreign politics, where she met her first husband, Kenneth Stevenson. Tragically, he died the night of their wedding. Vivian would then go on to have a star-studded love affair with the world renowned director Hugo Lovecraft two years after the death of Kenneth. When he proposed to Vivian, she simply said, “To Russia, With Love,” and disappeared off the face of the planet. Vivian was missing for a three year period, which sent the world in an uproar. Lovecraft himself started a million-dollar reward search for his lost love, but she quickly reappeared in the public eye, this time with Russian Prime Minister Ivan Pertov-Vodkah. They were married on July 15th, 2006, with the whole country of Russia watching. Sadly, two weeks after the wedding, Ivan was found dead of a massive heart attack in his penthouse. Vivian, again, disappeared into thin air, her name only appearing twice more: once in an obituary for Senator Frank Spiegleman in 2011 under 'spose', and another mention in the University of Iowa’s Dean’s List in 2013. Which brings us to the question; where, and who, is Vivian DeLongpre?



Holiday Conflicts

Sept. 7 – Labor Day

Sept. 14-15 – Rosh Hashana

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